The 2018 NFL Playoff schedule and Super Bowl odds are set! It took all 17 weeks of play, and it literally came down to the final game on Sunday afternoon to decide exactly which teams would be meeting in next weekend’s Wild Card round and who would get a first-round bye.

New blood arrives

The Packers and Seahawks will be ready to make another run at the big game this postseason! Wait, they aren’t in the playoffs? No sir! Make way for the Tennessee Titans, Los Angeles Rams, Buffalo Bills, Minnesota Vikings and Jacksonville Jaguars. All of these teams were Super Bowl 52 longshots back in August - and all of them have a legit shot to make it there.

It is going to be an interesting postseason, that is for sure.

Updated Super Bowl odds

Can anyone stop the New England Patriots? Las Vegas oddsmakers don’t think so. The Patriots, once again, are the team to beat this year as the NFL postseason begins. According to the latest sportsbook odds from Oddsshark, New England is just over a 2/1 wager at +240.

Right behind the Patriots are the red-hot Minnesota Vikings. If the Vikings reach the big game this February, they will do something that has never been done in league history before - play in the Super Bowl in front of their hometown fans. The longest long-shot on the odds board to host the Vince Lombardi trophy is the Buffalo Bills.

At +15000, the Bills could make you a small fortune for a $100 wager.

Last year's NFC champion Atlanta Falcons are currently listed at +2800 to make it back to the big game. After blowing the biggest lead in Super Bowl history, the Falcons would love a shot at redemption.

Below is a look at the NFL postseason schedule and the current odds to win Super Bowl 52.

Super Bowl Odds

  • New England Patriots: +240
  • Minnesota Vikings: +375
  • Pittsburgh Steelers: +475
  • New Orleans Saints: +1000
  • Los Angeles Rams: +1000
  • Philadelphia Eagles: +1000
  • Jacksonville Jaguars: +1400
  • Kansas City Chiefs: +1800
  • Carolina Panthers: +1800
  • Atlanta Falcons: +2800
  • Tennessee Titans: +7500
  • Buffalo Bills: +15000

Wild Card Round

Saturday, Jan.


  • AFC: Titans vs. Chiefs, 4:35 p.m. ET (ESPN/ABC Networks) -- (KC -7)
  • NFC: Falcons vs Rams, 8:15 p.m. ET (NBC) -- (Rams -5.5)

Sunday, Jan. 7

  • AFC: Bills vs. Jags, 1 p.m. ET (CBS)
  • NFC: Panthers vs. Saints, 4:40 p.m. ET (FOX)

Divisional Round

Saturday, January 13, Sunday, January 14

Championship Sunday

January 21

  • AFC Championship, 3:00 p.m. ET (CBS)
  • NFC Championship, 6:40 p.m. ET (FOX)